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Industry raises $30,000 for cancer support

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Captains, crew and industry came together at National Marine Suppliers’ annual White Dress Charity Gala dinner in November and raised $30,367.62 for breast cancer research and awareness programs.

NMS presented a check in that amount to the Florida Breast Cancer Foundation last week (March 6). NMS has now organized donations of nearly $330,000 to the group. Photos by Victoria Rowe


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  1. Bill Lindsey

    The crew at National Marine are amazing. They have big hearts and raise funds for great causes.

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